2000 BCE. This means 2000 years before common era. it used to be referred to as "bc" until the scientific community decided that that was too centered on Christianity so they changed it from "bc=before christ" to "bce=before common era" and "ad=anno domini (the year of our lord)" to "ce=common era"
The start of the second millennium AD was 1001, and the final year of the second millennium was 2000.
The year 1399 was in the second millennium.
The second millennium.
Their empire existed in the 1st Millennium BCE.
The first half of the First Millennium BCE.
One theory is that they moved from the Persian Gulf in the mid-second millennium BCE.
They were a Semitic people who migrated to Syria and Lebanon in the second millennium BCE, then in the first millennium BCE ablished colonies and trading stations around the Mediterranean Sea, including Carthage, and east in Mesopotamia.
They were a tribe of the Dorian Greeks who migrated to the Peloponnesian Peninsula around the end of the second millennium BCE.
1935 was in the second millennium (1000 AD to 2000 AD).
unstable governments and ecological fragility.
2000 BC through 1001 BC
First Millennium BCE.
The earliest records of any form of astrology are those of the Babylonians, in or around the second millennium BCE. Some claim the Sumerians also had it a millennium earlier, but there is no evidence to support this.
From the year 1001 to 2000.
In the year 2000, januari 1.
700th millennium BCE
Around the 4th millennium BCE.
First millennium BCE.
3rd Millennium BCE.
In the First Millennium BCE.
Early settlement began 10,000 BCE. Early Bronze Age kingdoms arose in the 3rd Millennium BCE. Babylonian empires followed by the Assyrian Empire 2nd Millennium BCE. Hittite empire followed by neo-Asyrian and neo-Babylonian empires followed by Persian empire and Macedonian ngdoms 1st Millennium BCE.
The first millennium was from the year 1 to 1,000, the second millunium was from 1,001 to 2,000 while the third millennium (which we are now in) is from the year 2,001 to 3,000
The study of astrology has been around almost as long as human civilization. The date for the founding of Astrology has been dated to the second millennium BCE, to the first Mesopotamian Dynasty in 1950 BCE.
200 to 101 BCE.